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The City of New Braunfels Municipal Court will be conducting another “mini” warrant roundup during the month of February. The focus of the roundup will be defendants with class C misdemeanor warrants issued by the New Braunfels Municipal Court.

The City and County join forces this weekend to host a household hazardous waste collection. The event is Saturday, from 8am. to 12pm., at 359 Landa St.-which is the future site of the City's Recreation Center. Participants must bring a picture I.D. with current address to verify residency.

The Alamo Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (AAMPO) is holding a public meeting to discuss the possible inclusion of Comal County-related projects on the agency’s short-term Transportation Improvement Plan (TIP).

Comal County- The County is inviting eligible service providers and nonprofit organizations to apply for funds collected by Comal County through the family protection fee. The application deadline is March 1st.

New Braunfels, Texas - Leadership New Braunfels Alumni Association is providing its members with the opportunity to hear from the candidates and to learn about the issues they will be voting on in the March 1st Primary Elections. The Republican ballot will include four propositions and contested

New Braunfels High School will hold a signing ceremony on Feb. 3rd, as part of National College Signing Day. A total of eight Unicorn athletes will sign with the college of their choice.

February is known as the month of love, and the New Braunfels Public Library invites everyone to enjoy “Love My Library Month.”

Comal ISD’s Community Education Department has started a new district-wide program, called Friday Nite Live; providing fun, safe, supervised events for kids and a well-deserved night off for parents.

New Braunfels Police report a platinum and diamond wedding ring valued at $30,000 is just one of the items listed as stolen during a recent vehicle burglary. Several vehicle burglaries were reported over the weekend.

The National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) is conducted in a handful of counties across the country every year in an effort to collect data about Americans’ health and nutrition, spot trends as they develop, and inform public-health policy. This year, Comal County has been chosen

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